Netflix broke the hearts of geeks everywhere when they canceled all five of their Marvel TV shows, but the streamer isn’t the only place to find small screen superheroes. There are still quite a few other Marvel TV shows to look forward to, and some are just about to start new seasons, making it the perfect time to catch up.

“Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger” (Season 2 premieres April 4 at 8 p.m. EST on Freeform) This drama heads to New Orleans to find Tandy/Dagger (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone/Cloak (Aubrey Joseph), who were both given powers during a storm when they were kids. They finally reconnected as teenagers, and now they have to figure out what they’re going to do with these powers.

After the first season, Tandy and Tyrone finally trust each other, are aware of their powers and understand that they have to work together to have full strength. Now, they have to figure out how to help their city without causing even more trouble.

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (Season 6 premieres in May on ABC) The original Marvel Television show is still going strong and has even been renewed for next year as well.

In the new episodes, Coulson’s (Clark Gregg) team is continuing on without him since they believe the Ghost Rider deal killed him. However, the Season 6 trailer (seen at the top of the page) revealed that Gregg is still on the show. His character doesn’t seem to have any idea who Phil Coulson is, though.

“The Coulson role and persona, though always evolving and always having new parts of him revealed to me by our writers became a very familiar skin in a way,” Gregg told Marvel.com. “And to kind of change all of that and find myself playing this other very mysterious person, who is not Phil Coulson, and the mystery of who that person is and why he looks like that is something that they’ve done groundbreaking, wild stuff with that I’m really lucky to play.”

Marvel TV has an exciting 2019 lineup, even without the Defenders. Pictured from left: Gregg Sulkin in "Marvel's Runaways," Chloe Bennet in "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and Olivia Holt in "Marvel's Cloak and Dagger."

“Marvel’s Runaways” (Season 3 premiere is TBD on Hulu) This teen drama was just renewed for a third season, which is necessary since the finale had some big twists. The show focuses on teens who realize their rich parents aren’t working on a charity group together. They’re part of a group called Pride, and they’re making human sacrifices to an alien mastermind.

The teenagers have to run away and figure out how to stop their parents, but that’s more complicated than they expected. After a couple of defectors, a few alien possessions and some kidnapping, Season 3 will return with the Runaways and Pride lineups looking very different. According to a statement from producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the new episodes will also “deepen our connection to the Marvel universe.”

There are a couple of final seasons to look forward to this year as well. Netflix’s final superhero show, “Jessica Jones,” will come to a close, and FX’s X-Men show “Legion” will finish its three-season arc as creator Noah Hawley intended this spring. It’s unclear if Fox’s X-Men show “The Gifted” will return for Season 3 in the fall, but fans should have answers in May.

Of course, there are even more programs in the works at Disney+, the company’s new streaming service. Marvel Studios is working on several shows for some characters who haven’t gotten the screen time they deserve in theaters. Tom Hiddleston has confirmed that a Loki TV show is in the works. Vision (Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) have their own limited series in development, and the same goes for Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).

Though fans have had to say goodbye to “Daredevil,” “Luke Cage,” “Iron Fist” and “The Punisher” recently, it seems like there will are plenty of other small screen superheroes that can entertain Marvel fans.